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INFINITY
OWNER’S MANUAL
(To Be Retained by Owner After Installation by Authorized Savaria Concord Dealer)
The Infinity Residential Elevator must be installed, maintained and
ser viced by an authorized SAVARIA CONCORD DEALER only! Under no
circumstances is anyone other than a trained and authorized Savaria
Concord Dealer to install, adjust, service or modify any mechanical or
electrical device on this lift. Failure to follow this warning can result
in safety systems being compromised or defeated, which can result in
serious injury or death. Savaria Concord Lifts Inc. accepts no liability for
property damage, warranty claims or personal injury, including death, in
this circumstance.
Lift and elevator passenger safety is the result of countless details in
the equipment’s design, manufacture and installation. After installation,
reliable operation and continued assurance of safe operation requires
regular service and inspection to be carried out at least twice per year, or
more frequently where usage or environment dictates or as required by
local jurisdiction. The owner is responsible to ensure that regular service
and inspections occur in a timely manner.
The owner must refer to this manual for operating instructions and
precautions for usage of this Infi nity Residential Elevator.
On completion of installation, the dealer must provide the owner with the
information below and ensure it is recorded in the owner’s manual. Any
ser vice and /or maintenance must also be recorded in the Maintenance
Record section of this manual by the authorized Savaria Concord dealer
or the owner.
Your Savaria Concord Dealer will provide a copy of the manufacturer’s
limited parts warranty and documentation relating to any labour warranty
offered by your Dealer.
FOR OWNER’S RECORDS
INFINITY RESIDENTIAL
ELEVATOR
OWNER’S MANUAL
1. GENERAL
SPECIFICATIONS
2. STANDARD
FEATURES
3. OPTIONAL
FEATURES
OPERATING THE ELEVATOR
FROM THE LANDING CONTROLS

Automatic Operation
Constant Pressure Operation
OPERATING THE ELEVATOR
FROM THE CAB CONTROLS
Automatic Operation
Constant Pressure
POWER FAILURE AND EMERGENCY LOWERING
7. EMERGENCY
MACHINE ROOM MANUAL LOWERING DEVICE
EMERGENCY HANDS - FREE PHONE (Optional)
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION CHECKS
11. MAINTENANCE
1. GENERAL
SPECIFICATIONS
INFINITY LUXURY RESIDENTIAL ELEVATOR
Verify requirements prior to installation of power supply.
Constant Pressure or Automatic Push Button Plywood (standard) or Hardwood (optional) Stainless Steel (standard) or Brass (optional) Stainless Steel (standard) or Brass (optional) Solid Melamine Panels (standard) or Raised Woods or “Car in Use” Illuminated Hall Buttons Emergency Battery Powered Lowering & Lighting with Solid Ceiling with Four Stainless Steel Pot Lights Vertical Keyed Stainless Steel Control Panel INFINITY STANDARD RESIDENTIAL ELEVATOR
Verify requirements prior to installation of power supply.
“Car in Use” Illuminated Hall Buttons Emergency Battery Powered Lowering & Lighting with Solid Ceiling with Four Stainless Steel Pot Lights Vertical Keyed Stainless Steel Control Panel 2. STANDARD
FEATURES
Cab Key Switch (Figure 1-A)
The key switch turns the cab controls ON and OFF. It is provided to limit the use of the elevator to authorized persons only.
Cab Operating Panel Buttons
(Figure 1-B)
Automatic Control
The Automatic Control Panel buttons facilitate the UP/DOWN movement of the cab between landings. Once the selected landing button is pressed, the cab will automatically move to the landing.
The cab will stop when the selected landing is reached.
Constant Pressure Control
buttons facilitate the UP/DOWN movement of the cab between landings. The selected landing button must be pressed and held until the cab moves to the landing. The cab will stop when the button is released or when the selected Figure 1 3 Stop COP Panel
Door Open Button (Figure 1-C)
The elevator door/gate will close automatically after a pre-set adjustable time of 8 seconds. This button can be pressed to open the door/gate when the cab is at a landing.
Emergency Stop Button (Figure 1-E)
The button can be set to Stop at any time to stop the cab and activate the alarm buzzer.
The button can be pressed at any time to sound the alarm in case of an emergency. If equipped with the Hands-Free Telephone, hold down the button for approximately 3 to 10 seconds to activate the telephone line. Refer to section 9 for more details.
6) Handrail
A single handrail is mounted on the Cab Operating Panel side of the cab.
7) Emergency
The COP emergency light remains ON in the event of a main power failure. The emergency light uses a Battery Back-Up system with an automatic recharger.
Landing Hall Call Station Controls
Hall Call Stations are installed at all landings to move the cab to the landing from which it Figure 2 Hall Call Station
is being called. An optional key switch limits the elevator’s use to authorized persons only.
Landing Door and/or Gate Interlock
The Landing Door/Gate lock prevents the movement of the cab unless the door/gate is in the closed and locked position. If the door/gate is not completely closed, the cab will not move.
Emergency Battery Operation
In the event of a building power failure, the door/gate system is provided with an temporary power back up system to continue the opening operation for a number of times. On resuming normal building power, the back up system will turn OFF and begin automatic recharging. 3. OPTIONAL
FEATURES
Automatic Door Opener
Press the Landing Hall Call button to call the elevator. The entrance door will open automatically once the elevator stops Press the Remote Control (if equipped) to open the entrance door once the elevator stops at the landing. Push ’n’ Go allows the entrance door to open automatically with a slight push to the door itself. The door timer is inoperative when this feature is activated.
Automatic Gate Opener
Press the Landing Hall Call button to call the elevator. The Gate will open automatically once the elevator stops at the landing and the entrance door is fully open.
Manually open the entrance door, the Gate will open automatically once the entrance door is fully open.
If the cab is equipped with a gate, the gate must be closed after exiting the cab. If the gate is left open, all controls will An “entry” and “exit” timer allows approximately nine seconds before the hall buttons become operational. This delay allows time for a person to enter/exit the cab.
OPERATING THE ELEVATOR FROM THE LANDING
CONTROLS

Automatic Operation
Insert the key (if equipped) into the switch on the Hall Call and turn the key to the ON position.
Press the Hall Call button once and release. The elevator will automatically come to your landing. Turn the key (if equipped) to the OFF position and remove If required, turn the door handle and pull the door open. If the cab is equipped with a manual gate, slide the gate Once inside the cab, close the gate, insert the key (if equipped) into the key switch, and turn the key to the ON When using the landing controls, the cab can only be moved (called) to the level from which you are calling. When using the control buttons in the cab, the cab can be moved to any WHEELCHAIR WHEELS MUST BE LOCKED AT
ALL TIMES WHEN THE ELEVATOR IS MOVING
Constant Pressure Operation
Insert the key (if equipped) into the switch on the Hall Call and turn the key to the ON position.
Press and maintain constant pressure on the Hall Call button until the cab stops at your landing. To stop the cab at any point simply release the Hall Call button.
Turn the key (if equipped) to the OFF position and remove If required, turn the door handle and pull the door open. If the cab is equipped with a manual gate, slide the gate open and enter the cab. Once inside the cab, close the gate, insert the key (if equipped) into the key switch, and turn the OPERATING THE ELEVATOR FROM THE CAB
CONTROLS
Automatic Operation
Insert the key (if equipped) into the switch located in the Cab Operating Panel. Turn the key to the ON position.
Press the selected Landing button once and release. The elevator will automatically travel to and stop at the selected Turn the key (if equipped) to the OFF position and remove the Unlock the wheelchair wheels and exit the cab (if applicable).
Constant Pressure
Insert the key (if equipped) into the switch located in the Cab Operating Panel. Turn the key to the ON position.
Press and maintain constant pressure on the selected Landing button to move the elevator. Maintain constant pressure until the elevator automatically stops at the desired landing. To stop the elevator at any point simply release the Hall Call button. Release the Landing button when the elevator arrives at the Turn the key (if equipped) to the OFF position and remove the Unlock the wheelchair wheels and exit the cab (if applicable).
If the cab is equipped with a gate, the gate must be closed after exiting the cab. If the gate is left open, all controls will An “entry” and “exit” timer allows approximately nine seconds before the hall buttons become operational. This delay allows time for a person to enter/exit the cab.
POWER FAILURE AND EMERGENCY LOWERING
In the event of a power failure, the elevator is equipped with a Battery Back-Up system that allows the user to lower the elevator from inside of the cab itself. This device operates on batteries and is only activated if a main power supply failure occurs. The For elevators with automatic operation, press any Landing button below the fl oor where the elevator is For elevators with constant pressure operation, press any Landing button below the fl oor where the elevator is located and maintain constant pressure until the cab is level with the lower landing.
On arrival at the selected fl oor, the landing door will If the door is equipped with an automatic gate, the gate will Release the button, remove the key, open the manual gate 7. EMERGENCY
In the event of a main power failure, the emergency cab light will MACHINE ROOM MANUAL LOWERING DEVICE
In the event of power failure, the cab can be moved to a lower level from the Machine Room by using the following procedures: Obtain the key to unlock the door to the Machine Room where the elevator pump unit is located (if applicable).
Instruct the person(s) in the elevator to remain calm and Manual Lowering Knob
(pull to lower lift)
Figure 3 EPV Valve
the owner’s key to unlock the Controller Tank cover. The Locate the red manual release knob on the EPV Valve and pull the knob to lower the cab. Refer to Figure 3. Maintain a constant pull on the knob until the elevator reaches the lowest landing and stops automatically. (Although you may not be able to see the elevator this is readily detected. There will be no further noise as the oil fl ows to the To exit the cab, open the lower landing door and assist the After passenger(s) have exited the cab, remove the cab key. Make sure the landing door is closed, reconnect the disconnect switch in the machine room and lock the door.
EMERGENCY HANDS - FREE PHONE (Optional)
If your lift is equipped with an Emergency Hands-Free Telephone, press and hold down the Alarm button for 3 to 10 seconds to activate the phone line. A 3 to 10 second time delay (adjustable by the installing technician) will occur.
Alarm button once the call is picked up by the The system will automatically dial out to a pre-programmed telephone number as set up by the installing technician.
MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION CHECKS
Regular maintenance will keep the Infi nity in proper operating condition. Please remember, as the owner of this elevator, you are responsible for making sure that maintenance and upkeep are done on a regularly scheduled basis. To ensure proper operating condition of your unit, the items listed below must be inspected and, if necessary, serviced every six (6) months. Additional inspections may be required depending on usage.
Tighten all rail and cab fastening bolts.
Lubricate the door hinges and adjust the door closure if Lubricate the rails with light grease, such as white lithium.
Inspect the travelling cable for wear. Replace if any cuts or Check for any hose/pipe leaks. Replace and/or tighten the fi ttings to correct any hydraulic leaks found.
Check the fl uid level of the pump reservoir (with the elevator at its lowest landing), and fi ll as required. (Use Grade 32 Hydraulic Oil). There must be at least 1” inch of oil on the Tighten any hose connections or bleeder valves found loose. Check the hydraulic cylinder (jack) for any leaks. If necessary, the packing seals may have to be replaced.
Replace the batteries inside the control panel as indicated To perform the required maintenance to the Kwiklock (if equipped), call your Authorized Savaria Concord Dealer.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE PUMP
CONTROLS OR VALVE SETTINGS BE ADJUSTED EXCEPT
BY AN AUTHORIZED SAVARIA CONCORD DEALER
11. MAINTENANCE
It is recommended that the Owner update the Maintenance Record after eachservice call.
Reason for Call
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Infi nityResidential ElevatorOwner’s Manual Savaria Concord Lifts, Inc.
www.savariaconcord.com Sales107 Alfred Kuehne Blvd.
Brampton, Ontario, L6T 4K3 CanadaTel: (905) 791-5555 Fax: (905) 791-2222Toll Free: 1-800-661-5112

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